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Sudan 2nd VP Taha warned Bashir over plane interception by Israel: report


November 8, 2009 (WASHINGTON) – The Sudanese 2nd Vice president Ali Osman Taha warned his boss Omer Hassan Al-Bashir not to travel to Turkey to attend the Standing Committee for Economic and Commercial Cooperation (COMCEC) of the Organization of the Islamic Conference (OIC) in Istanbul, according to a news report.

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The BBC Arabic service quoting Sudanese sources in Istanbul said that Bashir listened to Taha’s advice telling him that Israeli and Greek fighter jets may intercept his plane en route to Turkey. They pointed out that Greece has made a pledge to the EU to arrest Bashir.

The report said that Sudanese presidential jet landed in Istanbul without Bashir on board.

Bashir was due to arrive in Turkey on Sunday afternoon according to Sudanese media. Sources in Khartoum told Sudan Tribune that the government “is trying to keep it [Bashir’s visit] quiet” in case Turkey comes under pressure to backtrack on the invitation causing a last minute cancellation and an “embarrassment”.

Turkish officials confirmed that Bashir will not attend earlier today without giving details.

Sudan official news agency (SUNA) said that Bashir "delayed" his visit to Turkey in light of the ongoing dispute with SPLM over crucial parts of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA).

The Sudanese head of state’s anticipated arrival in Turkey has generated controversy and criticisms from human rights groups and the European Union (EU) which privately urged the NATO member to consider the invitation it extended.

Turkey rebuffed the objections saying it is only a host of the OIC conference while saying that a bilateral visit by Bashir, who faces an arrest warrant by the International Criminal Court (ICC) for his alleged role in Darfur atrocities, in the future “is out of question”.

International Crisis Group analyst Fouad Hikmat said the decision showed how much the ICC warrant had hindered Bashir’s movements.

"I don’t think he’ll be able to venture out beyond the immediate neighbourhood, or maybe the Gulf. His people don’t want to take any risks. Once he’s in international airspace, he is in no man’s land," he told Reuters.


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  • 8 November 2009 21:35, by Pinypiath

    Presdent Beshir shouldnot give lame excuse but he has to be frank to Turkey Government, It is obvious that his jet plane will not land safely without being intercepted by Israel. Taha had save his immediate appearance in ICC.


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    • 9 November 2009 00:45, by mohammed osman

      The presidents plane can land inside Tel aviv if they want, foolish hallocaust survivors, we will call the germans back to deal with them.

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      • 9 November 2009 01:17, by Dinka Boy

        Please we hate coward leader like Bashier who often suspicious of the arest. The criminal feel scare because of the unpleasant chaos.
        Basier is acoward president who can not rule as Southerners. Why not attended the meeting in which you have been invited. What is wronh with Tah?

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        • 9 November 2009 05:00, by Gatwech


          There is a brewing all time corruption in the ministry of finance on house rent allowance for this year.

          GOSS under Kiir leadership should understand that this is elections’ year. Six months from now are too soon. It has to do every thing to motivate people to register and vote for them. People are confused about the SPLM’s contradicting statements of boycotting elections and not nominating its candidates. Citizens are also fed up of the failure by the government to deliver.

          Look, I watched it on SSTV, heard it on radio and read it in newspapers a few months ago that the government resolved to pay house rent allowances to the civil servants beginning from January this year. Up to now nothing has materialized. Is this a joking government or what? How come a government makes a decision it cannot implement? Giving false hopes to citizens is dangerous and can backfire at the government. May be the money is there but those official thieves in the finance ministry want to delay the payment until accounts are closed by the end of the year and they eat the money for this year’s house rent allowance. Is this a behaviour of a government that goes for elections really?

          I hope Kiir will give some incentives to the government staff during this long holiday, otherwise people will just sit down, playing dominoes and cards and not bother to register to vote for a joking government.

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          • 9 November 2009 05:06, by murlescrewed

            You posted this nonsense again on this totally different news issue? Are you retarded or brain dead? This is amazing. Riek’s solution is to form his own party or reconstitute the now shell of a party called SSIM. Then compete with SPLM. May the best party win.

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          • 9 November 2009 07:53, by Ajongtar

            You are runing mud,

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        • 10 November 2009 04:22, by Weraguer

          Truly,you are right our president should not act cowardly if he is to work wholeheartly for good of his people.But i see he was going for Islamic business that is why he is fearing to go.Because there is no different between extermist muslims like him and terrorist.

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        • 28 December 2009 12:21, by Sebit Phillip Elioba

          Sincerely Basir is a coward leader and deserves no respect for being a leader for southerners,. why did he susspend the meeting which is to discuss things concerning the Sudan. If there is a theif in your house, do you send you baby to go and chase away the theif? Shameon you the so called President Hussen Omar El Basir for your loss of dignity for the sudanese people. May the Hell fire wait for you of all the ills committed by you.

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      • 9 November 2009 03:22, by ismail

        Dear Mohamed I want to ask you one question dose bashir has any problems with Israel???No his problem is he didn’t trust even himself.for what he did in his own people that why he fulling around like a dog, forget about TELAVIV should bee a hell for him look why he delayed visiting Turkey today because He knows what’s going to happen for him,So don’t say even in Telaviv Israeli an are a human been like Sudanese,So if he’s Right person he’ll face ICC) not Telaviv or Turkey

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      • 9 November 2009 03:42, by mayor

        Lies this is what you are vey good at Terrorist, if you are men enough in you country why have your Government allowed Egyption to give Sudanese citizens Egyption IDs in Hellibe triagle alog Red sea and run to present complaint to Internaional Justis court angist egypt.

        what stoping you to do the sam way. Bashir plan can landed inside Tel-Avive, what a big joke on you, you have realy made us laughed enough today don’t you feel ashame of saying that.

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        • 9 November 2009 19:08, by Arochthon

          your ironic talk has cost the lives of 2.5 millions in Sudan.

          Mr.2nd vice president, you have done a greater part by advising your boss not to risk himself for Turkey, but remember even if you want to keep him under your bed, he will one day one time comes out of your deny and will be taken to that hell of Hague where you refused to go as if he is going to be hanged without trial, all these time no one knows what game you were playing against Sudanese but now we have seen you being the stumble block for justice to take its course against Al-besire.

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      • 9 November 2009 04:38, by Akol Liai Mager

        Sure, Al-Bashir may order his Plane to land in Tel Aviv, that what a brave and Peace-maker man could do. But mohamed Anwar Sadat is the only brave, couragious and peace makerman in the so-called Arab world.

        Al-Bashir would secure his safe exit from ICC Tunnel if he lands his plane in Hague, apologise or plea guilty for charges laid against him, or land in Tel Aviv and deliver a peace speech in the Israeli Kenesett (Parliament) as did by Sadat.

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      • 10 November 2009 17:31, by Alpha Yankee

        Bashir said he was brave enough to confront ICC indictment, I thought he should have attended the summit in Turkey following the official invitation from the Turkey Government, why should he fear his age mate Mr.Ocambo in the Hague, I suggest he should have reported himself to Moreno since he will be given full board accommodation as a country president in the Hague with every thing inside, why should fear,


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    • 9 November 2009 03:31, by Dinka Dominated SPLA


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    • 9 November 2009 03:37, by Otong

      This is a sham on all of us Sudanese to have a coward president ruling the country, whether el Bashier is innocent or not, he should face the ICC to clear his name and take a sham of the Sudan, or just leave the presidency to another brave Sudanese and go to Huge.

      I think Oshay and Busta2 are the only Sudanese how are still proud of this coward president!!!!!

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    • 28 December 2009 12:37, by Sebit Phillip Elioba

      Inspite of rescue done by the first VP for his boss and the failure of his jet plane to be intercepted by Israeli planes, the fact remains he is most wanted in the ICC for the atrocities committed in the western sudanese region of Darfur. He must be accountable for all the atrocities and the unnecessary killings in the area.

      Once again you are most wanted with the ICC H. E however much you try to escape,look at what happened to Sadaam of Iraq.
      you will be like him one time. continue committing and one time people will flay you and you will be down troddened.

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  • 8 November 2009 22:00, by Samson Shawel Ambaye

    God be with ICC UNSC Israel Greece and anti- genocide international community. Bashir has to think about appearing before ICC court.

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    • 8 November 2009 22:05, by Amokdu

      Bashir fears this time aha!!!

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  • 8 November 2009 22:11, by Mohammad100

    Well, Well El akh Elkafaaf,

    I do not blame you Bashiir, You should be scared of your own shadow, specially when it involves these Yahood. You should have taught of these consequences when you butchered the other Sudanese including the Durfurians while dancing to your fake rhythms of "Ana Sudaani". Being kept in the backyard from the public in "el kaluwaa" is neither a Sudanese tradition, or, a quality of a true leader.

    May the all mighty god give you a courage to face your own destiny at the Hague as opposed to living the life of haunted coward!!!!!

    Asalaam Aleikum,


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    • 8 November 2009 22:28, by Riangnom

      This criminal bashier is now feeling the heat in his ass, there you go why don’t you dance again with spear in right hand ? Lie is lie and true is true. Thank God Isreal is after bashier.

      The road to Hague is close mr. criminal.

      South Sudan OOOyeeeeee !! Darfur OOyeeeeee !!

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    • 8 November 2009 22:32, by parajok

      NEPHEET Yaha Bashir, if you fear going to Turkey because of Israel, next time do not go to Uganda there is a secret between Uganda and South Sudan. this secret kills people who killed innocent Sudanese, and pretended that he did the right things. Just an advise!!


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    • 8 November 2009 22:52, by Wende Yongaptheeth

      Mohamed Ali,

      I greed with as a Sudanese au Ana Sudaani.

      Our current president because Sudan has had so many President is a criminal beyond reasonable doubt and the man if he is a amn has to face his fate in the world au Pii dunia wel Alaam.

      Our president Beshir is anti Sudaani and the man hate the United State of Sudan, he love to see the Sudan dismembered and that is why the man is waging war in Darfur as he did ir South Sudan au Junuub.

      I support Beshir appearance at the Hague and whether the guy like it or not, he will be at the Hague at certain point in time.
      Shukran Jigzilleenen.

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    • 8 November 2009 23:06, by Wende Yongaptheeth

      Mohamed Ali,

      We Sudanese are generous people but had been ashamed by Al Beshir.

      How long can we shelter or protect the man in Sudan?

      In Khartoum, Juba. Medani au ween?

      Beshir got to go to the Hague and face his charges as a man but I doubts wether he is a man?

      We the people of Sudan Shaap El Sudaani are ashamed by our president and one time a Sierra leonans told me that he was so proud and thankful to God that he was not a Sudanese. because of the cowardice of our leader.

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      • 8 November 2009 23:31, by rumbekcity@eastlink.ca

        What did you Sudanese do to Nimery that was actually responsible for this bullshits, yes, he died in dignity in Sudan, now white man has brain washed you and you want white man to glorfy himself by killing Sudanese president..Just Iam against government in Sudan but Bashir must die in dignity!..Reik Machar killed people too!!..Yes, he did!!!They westerners, now say that war in In Iraq was wrong but about what, After thousands of Americans troops and thousands of Iraqis have died..people sported Garang Death but when it happen, again people were mad, that`s where Africa isn`t going any where, because instead doing the right thing always, people just want to say that it should have been done...Don`t for get that Bashir actually fought wars that are declare by others...don`t for get that morons..Now, tell our people in southern Sudan to collect themselves in groups and produce food for their surival instead of depending on UN...Dignity must prevail in southern Sudan..I pray!!!!!!

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        • 9 November 2009 00:58, by general Achinbenchien

          Riak Machar is more brother than Bashir man. History will judge Riak Machar. Bashir was the cause why Riak Machar did what he did in 1991. Stop blaming white people, they have nothing to do with what bashir did to us and what he is doing in Darfur. Stop blaming white people. Blame the real enemy!

          General Achinbenchien

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          • 9 November 2009 03:36, by Dengtaath

            General I completely admired your comment, things that led to confrontation between Nasir faction and Torit faction have got different causes, and they must be always approached with caution.
            Omer Hassen Albashier is a true enemy to us, that all we need to understand.

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            • 9 November 2009 04:22, by Dinka Boy

              Dear Mr Dengtaath,
              i always like your comments brother,but today let me add little salt to your comments. i agree that our real enemy is Bashier regime(government).
              On the other hand,Dr Riek defection should not be carefully approached because that is completely acowardic act and betrayals act that he exposes to our enemy(North)at that time.
              Anyway, he is the Vice pres in the South now.
              Back to this stupid General, we should not even gave him acredit because of the shameless comments he made today and yesterday. He said that black will never rule Sudan.(yesterday comment) Why he said that. i thgought that this guy is Arab Kume is not.Shame on him.
              Thanks Dengtaath

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              • 9 November 2009 23:13, by Dengtaath

                Brother Dinka boy, I know we are human beings and as human beings we have different way of judging things that is why human beings disagree and agree is a human nature.

                Look brother, I am not denying that there were no horrible things occurred during the political turmoil between Dr.John and Dr. Macher, no I can’t say that, lots of unwanted things had happened and as a matter of fact, all those dirty games between two brothers were not in our interest as people, their actions represented only what they meant to them.

                When I praised general comment, it was just one simple thing, general said that the cause of two brothers confrontation was Bashier, in my understanding I thought general meant to say that if we were not oppressed by the Khartoum sucessive regimes, we would have not been to the bush and form the movement in which the objectives of it led to political differences between Garang and Riek.

                This is a good thinking from General’s comment to compare Riek and Bashier.Dinka boy to me I think this is how we can percieve any horrible thing happened to us during this hard struggle. I personally dengtaath have a belief that if it was not the cause of oppression from Khartoum that led SPLA to resort in army struggle, those who died through hunger, thirsty, fire or killed by their brothers and sisters would not have died and the one to blame is Khartoum regimes that had denied our citizen rights for so long.
                Mr.Dinka boy I have no problem for any one who want to hold our leaders responsible for any thing happened in the past, that is not problem at all, but one thing I like from general article, he rightly stated that Riek Machar is much more brother compare to Bashier, again he further stated that any wrong doer the histor of the people will tell. I guess these are good words for our people reconcilliation.

                Tell you what, our elder brothers and sisters their time is not that much longer, they are close to retirement, though retirement in Africa is not working, I guess we need to cease our hard feeling against them, we appreciated their braveness to liberate us from the devile and blame any bad thing might have happened during the struggle but we shouldn’t make it some thing day to day conversation in our daily topics because if we do it, we are teaching our young people to hate their fellow ethnic groups.
                I am very happy with your comment brother Dinka Boy and I wish you a very enjoyable christ time!
                May God bless our people

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    • 9 November 2009 03:28, by Dengtaath

      Mohamed, you are completely right in your article, is hard when Bashier enjoying killing of his own country men and women and yet proud of being leader of the people.
      The blood of millions that he mudered has called upon him, I will only endorse your words in regard to Bashier must have courage to face his own destiny.
      God bless Sudan!


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    • 9 November 2009 04:03, by ismail

      Mohamed I don’t want to say something to argue with you you’re right he’s going to bee in jail soon Bashir is not suppost to bee a President of human been,

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  • 9 November 2009 00:57, by J.James

    Hi guys

    The best way to live in peace in this world is when you give whole your heart to God, follow ten commandments, that prohibit you from killing innocent people, stealing, etc. What Omar Bashier and his team were doing was just like what Saddam Hussien was doing and what criminal Nidal has just done to the innocent American soldiers in Texas.

    Let people value live and the world will value their lives too, otherwise fear will be their daily blacket as it happen to Bashier now.

    If Muslims really believe in God, then they need to love the children of God.

    God bless

    The writer watches closely.

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    • 9 November 2009 03:39, by Dengtaath

      J. James, 10 commandments are only for christians, but things we are discussing here are including the Muslims, who do not respect 10 commandments.
      What do you think then?

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  • 9 November 2009 03:58, by Kur

    I love ICC; it is the best tool available for those who are the victims of terror. War criminals must be kept on the run until they run out of energy. I am certain that Bashir and Joseph Kony will account for their crimes against the people of Sudan and Uganda before the ICC in The Hague.


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  • 9 November 2009 05:01, by Gatwech

    To all readers,

    There is a brewing all time corruption in the ministry of finance on house rent allowance for this year.

    GOSS under Kiir leadership should understand that this is elections’ year. Six months from now are too soon. It has to do every thing to motivate people to register and vote for them. People are confused about the SPLM’s contradicting statements of boycotting elections and not nominating its candidates. Citizens are also fed up of the failure by the government to deliver.

    Look, I watched it on SSTV, heard it on radio and read it in newspapers a few months ago that the government resolved to pay house rent allowances to the civil servants beginning from January this year. Up to now nothing has materialized. Is this a joking government or what? How come a government makes a decision it cannot implement? Giving false hopes to citizens is dangerous and can backfire at the government. May be the money is there but those official thieves in the finance ministry want to delay the payment until accounts are closed by the end of the year and they eat the money for this year’s house rent allowance. Is this a behaviour of a government that goes for elections really?

    I hope Kiir will give some incentives to the government staff during this long holiday, otherwise people will just sit down, playing dominoes and cards and not bother to register to vote for a joking government.

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  • 9 November 2009 05:52, by J.James


    Good to remember that, there is no another origin where Quran come from, Quran is just part of Bible accept few verses because Christianity was and is the first religion since there was no Islam 2000 years ago when those of Herod and Pilate rule Isreal in ancent days.

    I think you have never came across Quran, and if so, I got to inform you that there are ten commandments in Quran. But some Islamic redicales ignored those rules simply to protect Islam whom they view it as volunarable to the criticism across the world since "Islam" which we can translate in english as "surrender" don’t have strong root that can support its perfection and true devinity.

    But there are ten commandments in Quran to remind you.

    I hope you got it.

    God bless

    The watches closely.

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    • 9 November 2009 07:56, by okucu pa lotinokwan

      The Sudan president Omer Bashir,s condition within the world is like HIV/AIDs patient who can die at any time.2nd VP president Taha should put this in his mind,why to fear the Isreal at the time you are making the genocide to the inocent Darfurans ,Isreal are not ware of it,the same like the movement of the criminal president,Isreal will not follow it let your presiden go to Turkey without fear.

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    • 9 November 2009 08:03, by Big OpportunitY Among SouthernerS.

      No thank at all,how long president Bashir will be keep scaring without attend meeting in neighboring countries which mean he should be no use in Sudan.why he handed his position if he knows he got problem already and iam sure he still be in jail whether you like or not.nobody above the law but what is wrong with this man call Taha?.Bashir is not a leader,is criminal guy just to killed many people as he want it.

      Thank you
      Big O.

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    • 9 November 2009 23:18, by Dengtaath

      Thanks J.James for your prompt response.
      God bless you!

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  • 9 November 2009 06:54, by Abyei

    Dear Oshey and Mohammed Ali
    Please see your father Omar has been Advice him by Taha it could have face intercept his plane by both Israel and Greece,please don’t joke with ICC are’nt a SPLM, which you are always cheating them,Just roaming with your country otherwise you will be trouble wherever you headed.

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    • 9 November 2009 07:06, by DASODIKO

      Taha is powerless to save his boss. What he has done is just a pain killer not the remedy. He himself is responsible for the killing of thousands of Drafuris. All Janjaweeds in Darfur if asked, they say we are under direct command of Ali Osman Taha. According to some IDPs reports says that; the Janjaweeds when entering a village to scorch and kill, they repeat GOD ON THE HEAVEN AND TAHA ON EARTH. So Taha has not to rejoice that he is out of the list.His name is second, but he was saved to implement the Comprehensive Peace Agreement CPA and he failed. Now his second destination will be the ICC, at least to entertain his boss Bashir in the cell.

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      • 9 November 2009 07:27, by CHOLTHEGREAT

        Mr. Bashir must reap where he planted.If he knows that he is innocent why doesn’t he go to Hague and defend himself.Or else, he steps down and give chance to some one who is not indicted.

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        • 9 November 2009 12:44, by telfajbago

          I do not know until when El Bashir will continue making such fuss. He should be man enough and surrender himself to justice.Our granddads used to tell us that, since the creation of Adam and Eve our country was saddled to be governed by foreingers and that El Bashir is from Foulani tribes of Nigeria and not Sudanese as he is claming. Now I can see the truth of what my granddad said;the son of bitch after he ethnically cleansed the Africans with pleasure,
          the dancer President is scared to travel and that his plane will be intercepted.But remember Charles Taylor was seized in Nigeria while Democratic Republic of Congo’s Jean Pierre was cornered in Brussel;so the only way to escape justice is to commit a soicide;because there is noway you can be retuned into your Mam’s woumb.

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          • 10 November 2009 01:20, by David_N

            telfajbago, according to report that President of SUDAN Omer Al-Bashir is a Jari Tribe, not a Fallata/Fulani/Hausa Tribes of Nigeria. Considering the Fulanis are so called Prostitutes of AFRICA, since they immigrated to different continents of African soil and prostitutes themselfs, selling women and children to other African tribes and be a part of slave themselves. Even though many Black Afro-Americans are descended from Fulani/Hausa Tribes departed out from Niger delta from West African Bantu states.
            They are weak tribe1

            Jari Tribe, according to internet dictionary, they are Berbar Tribe of JEWISH Peoples of North Africa.

            Al-Bashir is "Not from Stupid Nigeria!!!"

            Put right corrected information.

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            • 28 December 2009 12:12, by Sebit Phillip Elioba

              Although it is said that President of SUDAN Omar Al-Bashir is a Jari Tribe but not a Fallata does not mean that he is an inhabitant of the Sudan but rather an immigrant who latter got the wealth from the sudanese oil and made him to stick in this land like a tick on a cow’s back.

              This is the reason why the history of the sudan says that the coming of the Arabs in to the Sudan then later turned by the Arab’s writers that the coming of the people into the Sudan. Who are these people? They are the Arabs who are the foreigners.

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